Garden Lane DSP Meets Rich Razzleberry

Hello Stampers ~ I paired the designer series paper with a color today with my Garden Lane DSP Meets Rich Razzleberry.

Well the beach was really nice.  I could not get over the color of the water.  I really looked like Coastal Cabana.  I have never seen ocean water this color.  We had a great day and the girls played in the sand a lot.  We spent the day there and I think we are going back again today.  Jess liked it also.  I would say it was hit for everyone.  Everyone was tired last night so we had a quiet evening in.

Today is the last day of my Week with the Garden Lane Designer Series paper.  This is number 6 using this paper.  If you did not see the first one, here is where you will find my Stampin’ Up Garden Lane Designer Series Paper Week first post.   It has been fun creating with this paper and I hope you enjoyed it.  If you did and would like me to do a different designer series paper for a week, let me know.  For today’s creation I decided to pair one of the patterns with Rich Razzleberry.  I used the Layered Leaves embossing folder and embossed a Whisper White panel.  This panel was attached to a Rich Razzleberry card base using Tear & Tape.  I cut a 1 1/2″ strip of the designer series paper and used Banner Triple punch to flag the end.  This was added to the right hand side of the card front using Tear & Tape.  I took a spritzer and added some alcohol and about 10 drops of Rich Razzleberry reinker.  I shook this up and using a piece of the Sparkle Glimmer paper I spritzed it with the colored alcohol.  It was somewhat dark so I used a paper towel and blotted some of the ink off.  This was set aside to dry.  Vellum card stock was used along with the Frosted Bouquet dies to cut out the leaves.  The stamp was colored using a Rich Razzleberry and Mint Macaron marker and then stamped on a scrap of Whisper White.  The coordinating die was used to cut it out also.  Once the Glimmer paper was dry I added the vellum leaves using glue dots.  The circle was then attached to the card front using glue dots also.  The flower spray was added to the card front using dimensionals.  Here is the completed Garden Lane DSP Meets Rick Razzleberry creation.

A simple strip of designer series paper paired with glimmer paper makes a great card. This Garden Lane DSP Meets Rich Razzleberry is a perfect example. Click to get all the details.



















inside of card and envelope

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Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation


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